October 23, 2005

Submitted Without Comment

From a front page article in today's Columbus Dispatch by Joe Hallet:
Brennan would seem an unlikely advocate for the poor. A church-going Catholic, his spacious office is a shrine to power; there are photos of him with presidents and governors, a personal blessing from the late Pope John Paul II and plaques recognizing his efforts.
Update: I emailed the author and he responded, saying that he didn't mean to infer that Catholics are not concerned about the poor and that the paragraph was clumsily worded.

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